Anne E. Lund, RD, MPH
Anne Lund joined the Core Faculty of the Nutritional Sciences Program (NSP), Department of Epidemiology in 2009. She is the Director of the Graduate Coordinated Program in Dietetics, which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Under her supervision, graduate students a year complete the training to become Registered Dietitians (RD). Anne also coordinates practicum and fieldwork rotations for MPH-Nutrition students. Before joining the NSP faculty, Anne was a research coordinator for 5 years at the UW Center for Public Health Nutrition where her work focused on school wellness policies and screen time reduction efforts. Anne served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nepal and completed her dietetic training at the University of Wisconsin- Madison.
Nutritional Sciences Program
Office: 324 Raitt Hall
Seattle, WA 98195
Graduate Coordinated Program in Dietetics (Director)
Anne Lund's research interests are in the areas of obesity prevention through school wellness policies, physical activity promotion and screen time reduction, and the relationship between school environments and student intake.
Anne leads the MPH practicum (NUTR 595), the MPH fieldwork (NUTR 532) and three sections of the Dietetic Practice Experience (NUTR 561). She also teaches Introduction to Dietetics (NUTR 561a). She previously taught Nutrition Education (NUTR 536).
MPH, Nutrition, University of Washington 2005
RD, Commission on Dietetic Registration 2001
H.Mollie Grow MD MPH, Donna Johnson PhD RD, Anne Lund RD MPH, Victor Colman JD, Robert Lutz MD MPH, Amy Lutz MS. School Wellness Policy Development and Impact: A Case Study in Washington State Using the Advocacy Coalition Framework. Washington State Journal of Public Health Practice. 2012;5(1):21-38
Marlene B. Schwartz, PhD, Anne E. Lund, RD, MPH, H. Mollie Grow, MD, MPH, Elaine McDonnell, MS, RD, Claudia Probart, PhD, RD, Anne Samuelson, MPH, Leslie Lytle, PhD, RD. A Comprehensive Coding System to Measure the Quality of School Wellness Policies. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 2009;109(7): 1256-1262.
Donna B. Johnson, PhD, RD, Barbara Bruemmer, PhD, RD, Anne E. Lund, MPH, RD, Carina C. Evens MS, MPH, PhD, Corinne M. Mar, PhD. Impact of School District Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Policies on Student Beverage Exposure and Consumption in Middle Schools. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2009; 45 (Supplement 3):S30.
Marian L. Neuhouser PhD, RD, Sonya Lilley, MS, RD, Anne Lund MPH, RD, Donna B. Johnson PhD, RD. Development and Validation of a Beverage and Snack Questionnaire for Use in Evaluation of School Nutrition Policies. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 2009;109(9):1587-92.
H.Mollie Grow MD MPH, Donna Johnson PhD RD, Anne Lund RD MPH, Victor Colman JD, Robert Lutz MD MPH, Amy Lutz MS. School Wellness Policy Development and Impact: A Case Study in Washington State Using the Advocacy Coalition Framework. Washington State Journal of Public Health Practice. 2012;5(1):21-38.
Last Reviewed on 2/6/2015